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A heaven of sophistication and elegance for party goers

Veal grenadine, fowl jelly, deer terrine… the party season is well and truly upon us. For a real holiday this year indulge in elegant salons and seasonal menus with sweet treats and fine paired drinks. Whether you’re hosting a small classy cocktail soiree, a casual Christmas lunch, or an elegant fine scale dining celebration, we will take care of all the fuss, leaving you to enjoy the company and fabulous food.

                  Brunch: on December 2, 9, 16, 23, 25 with open buffet & live music, from EUR 54 / guest
                  Functions: from EUR 45 / guest
                  Team-building: with 5 star menu cooking lesson coordinated by Chef Bernd Kirsch rounded with a fantastic team dinner
                  Functions perks: flamboyant fir tree, Imperial Kir welcome drink, on the house wine

                  4 different options to welcome 2013, dinner on December 31, brunch on January 1, optional: pure relaxation in a warm tones decorated 5* room with super breakfast buffet in the morning
                  Traditional from EUR 45 / guest or Exquisite from EUR 72 / guest
                  Akolade: 3 dinners with live show (December 30 – January 1) from EUR 225 / guest
                  Violet: VIP finger food menu with open bar and live show in a sky bar with panoramic view over the Black Sea from EUR 90 / guest (optional: cigars and old wines)

Customers spending over EUR 1,800 in December will receive a complimentary gift-wrapped 3 bottles box of 2010 Cuvee Andrei Cabernet Sauvignon.

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Cristina Paraschiv

Personal travel concierge and designer of exquisite experiences in Romania, Kryss has extensive knowledge about this less known destination. For the last over 18 years spent in hospitality field she enjoyed exploring countries like Malta, Germany, Austria and Czech Republic as much as revealing to others where and when to come on her native land to get the utmost of the still lively traditions,...(Read More)

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